Wachovia Conference Cup Leaders Announced



2010-2011 Winter Season
Wachovia Conference Cup Leaders Announced


Wachovia Bank, a Wells Fargo Company, along with the North Carolina High School Athletic Association, today announced the standings for winter sports in the Wachovia Conference Cup competitions for the 2010-2011 sports season. 
The Wachovia Cup award, sponsored by Wachovia and the NCHSAA, recognizes the high schools that achieve the best overall interscholastic athletic performance within each of the state’s four competitive classifications. Wachovia has sponsored the conference awards program since 1980. 
The Wachovia Conference Cup, formerly known as the Wachovia Trophy, is a companion to the Wachovia Cup. The Conference Cup is awarded to schools with the best overall interscholastic athletic performance in each individual conference. 
In most conferences, points are awarded based on participation and standings in conference play. Each conference determines its own method of awarding points. Conferences are listed alphabetically by classification.


Class 1-A Conference Results


Carolina 1-A: Rosewood holds off up and coming Princeton with a wrestling championship, and remains in first after the winter season. A share of the league title in men’s basketball and a runner-up finish in women’s winter track earn Princeton second in the conference, vaulting from its previous fourth-place position. Goldsboro jumps from last in the conference to third with championships in men’s and women’s basketball. Conference Standings: Rosewood 35, Princeton 34.5, Goldsboro 31, Ayden-Grifton 30, Spring Creek 20, North Duplin 15.5.


Coastal Plains 1-A: Dixon holds onto the conference lead after the winter season with a conference crown in wrestling. Championships in men’s and women’s basketball help propel Southwest Onslow past Lejeune to take the second place position in the conference. Lejeune is in third, but has second place in its sights. Conference Standings: Dixon 350, Southwest Onslow 325, Lejeune 310, Pamlico 295, East Carteret 255, Jones Senior 185. 


Four Rivers 1-A: The top three teams continue their steady performances and hold onto their previous fall positions. Manteo remains in first with second-place Riverside not too far behind, finishing second in women’s basketball and third in men’s basketball. Northside sits comfortably in third. Conference Standings: Manteo 91.5, Riverside 80.5, Northside 65, Camden 56, South Creek 51.5, Southside 48, Perquimans 46.5, Plymouth 42.5.


Smoky Mountain 1-A: A second-place finish in men’s basketball keeps Hayesville on top, just beating out Swain, which remains in second with a runner-up performance in wrestling. Robbinsville is still in third, but made up some ground with a solid winter season, capturing a championship in wrestling and finishing third in women’s basketball. Conference Standings: Hayesville 90.5, Swain 89.5, Robbinsville 87.5, Murphy 83, Andrews 78.5, Cherokee 65.5, Rosman 48.5, Highlands 41.5, Hiwassee Dam 34.5, Blue Ridge 34, Nantahala 13.


Tar Roanoke 1-A: North Edgecombe is out in front after the winter season thanks to a championship in men’s basketball and a second-place finish in women’s basketball. Gates County is a close second with a third-place finish in men’s basketball. KIPP Pride remains in third. Conference Standings: North Edgecombe 300, Gates County 295, KIPP Pride 215, Northampton-East 195, Southeast Halifax 180, Northampton-West 170, Weldon 165. 


Tideland 1-A: Second-place finishes in men’s and women’s basketball earn Columbia the top spot in the conference. Cape Hatteras moves up to second with a championship in women’s basketball, while Creswell falls to third despite a men’s basketball title. Conference Standings: Columbia 18, Cape Hatteras 15, Creswell 14, Mattamuskeet 12, Ocracoke 4.


Tri County 1-A: Pender takes over the conference the lead after the winter season, thanks to a championship in men’s basketball and a second-place finish in women’s basketball. Wallace-Rose Hill is now in second, finishing third in wrestling, and Lakewood moves into third thanks to a title in women’s basketball. Conference Standings: Pender 38.5, Wallace-Rose Hill 33, Lakewood 32.5, Union 32, James Kenan 30, Heide Trask 23.5, Hobbton 21, Midway 13.5.


Yadkin Valley 1-A: Albemarle has vaulted from third to first with a sound winter season, with a tie for first in men’s basketball with second-place North Rowan, and runner-up finishes in women’s basketball and swimming. Along with a share of the championship for men’s basketball, North Rowan finished tied for first in wrestling and second in men’s swimming. Gray Stone is in third, sweeping the conference swimming championships. Conference Standings: Albemarle 452.5, North Rowan 407.5, Gray Stone 395, East Montgomery 360, South Stanly 357.5, West Montgomery 330, Chatham Central 322.5, North Moore 310, South Davidson 275.


Class 1-A/2-A Conference Results


Carolina 10 1-A/2-A: A championship in men’s swimming and a runner-up finish in women’s swimming earn Carrboro the top spot in the conference after the winter season. Cedar Ridge is close behind, finishing second in men’s basketball and third in wrestling. Northwood is in third with a first-place finish in men’s basketball. Conference Standings: Carrboro 84.5, Cedar Ridge 81.5, Northwood 77, North Carolina School of Science and Math 73.5, Durham School of the Arts 63, Raleigh Charter 56, South Granville 44, Granville Central 41.5, River Mill 27, Roxboro Community 10.


Mountain Valley 1-A/2-A: Forbush still sits atop the conference after the winter season with runner-up finishes in men’s and women’s swimming. Wilkes Central also holds onto its position in the standings, remaining second with a championship in wrestling. Starmount moves into third thanks to a conference crown in men’s basketball. Conference Standings: Forbush 76, Wilkes Central 73.5, Starmount 68, Ashe County 64.5, Elkin 63, West Wilkes 51.5, Alleghany 44.5, East Wilkes 43.5, North Wilkes 38.


Northwest 1-A/2-A: A great winter performance with a sweep of the swimming championships and second-place finishes in wrestling and women’s basketball procure the top spot for Bishop McGuinness. Mount Airy drops to second despite a second-place finish in men’s swimming. Surry Central remains closely behind the top two teams in third. Conference Standings: Bishop McGuinness 78.5, Mount Airy 73, Surry Central 69, East Surry 63.5, North Surry 61.5, West Stokes 60, South Stokes 52, North Stokes 44, Winston-Salem Prep 17.5.


Rocky River 1-A/2-A: Cuthbertson is able to hold on to the top spot in the conference with a championship in women’s swimming and a runner-up finish in men’s basketball. Piedmont moves up a spot and is challenging Cuthbertson for first with a dominant winter season, finishing first in wrestling and second in men’s and women’s swimming, as well as women’s basketball. West Stanly now sits comfortably in third. Conference Standings: Cuthbertson 78, Piedmont 77, West Stanly 65.5, Central Academy 60.5, Berry Academy 48, North Stanly 45, Monroe 39.5, Forest Hills 37.5, Union Academy 37.


Southern Piedmont 1-A/2-A: The county rivalry continues as East Lincoln owns the top spot, holding off North Lincoln by virtue of a second-place performance in wrestling. North Lincoln remains in second with a championship in women’s basketball. A second-place finish in men’s basketball has Lincolnton securely in third. Conference Standings: East Lincoln 107, North Lincoln 106, Lincolnton 98, West Lincoln 88, Highland Tech 73, Cherryville 67, Challenger 52, Bessemer City 39.


Three-Rivers 1-A/2-A: St. Paul’s is still the frontrunner in the conference after another solid sports season. Fairmont holds on to second, thanks to a championship in men’s basketball. Third place belongs to Red Springs, sitting only one point behind second-place Fairmont. Conference Standings: St. Paul’s 34, Fairmont 28, Red Springs 27, East Columbus 22, South Robeson 17, West Columbus 12.


Western Highlands 1-A/2-A: Charles D. Owen still owns the top spot in the conference after a first-place finish in wrestling. Second place belongs to Hendersonville, which finished second in men’s basketball. Mountain Heritage moves up to third from its previous fourth-place position thanks to a championship in men’s basketball ball and a runner-up performance in women’s basketball. Conference Standings: Charles D. Owen 112, Hendersonville 106.5, Mountain Heritage 104.5, Polk 102.5, Avery 87.5, Thomas Jefferson 67.5, Mitchell 66.5, Madison 57.5.


Class 2-A Conference Results


Catawba Valley 2-A: Newton-Conover increases its first-place lead with conference crowns in wrestling and women’s basketball. J.C. Draughn remains in second, finishing first in women’s swimming and second in men’s swimming. A men’s swimming championship and a second-place finish in men’s basketball propel East Burke to third in the conference from its previous fifth-place position. Conference Standings: Newton-Conover 69, J.C. Draughn 58, East Burke 51.5, Maiden 48, Bandys 47, West Caldwell 41, South Iredell 40, Bunker Hill 37.5.


Central Carolina 2-A: The top three teams remain unchanged after the winter season, with Salisbury increasing its lead thanks to conference crowns in men’s and women’s basketball and a second-place finish in women’s swimming. Central Davidson is second, finishing first in wrestling and second in men’s swimming and women’s basketball. Championships in men’s and women’s swimming keep West Davidson in third. Conference Standings: Salisbury 97.5, Central Davidson 92.5, West Davidson 85.5, East Davidson 74, Lexington 74, Thomasville 60.5.


East Central 2-A: The top three teams remain tight through the winter, but Topsail is able to edge ahead of East Duplin with a second-place finish in wrestling. Right behind second-place East Duplin is Croatan, which finished first in wrestling. Conference Standings: Topsail 108, East Duplin 106, Croatan 103, Swansboro 96, Clinton 88, Richlands 88, Northside 72, South Lenoir 59.


Eastern Plains 2-A: Beddingfield has captured the conference lead thanks to a tie for first with now third-place Kinston in women’s basketball, a league title in men’s winter track, and a second-place finish in men’s basketball. North Pitt is in second with a top finish in women’s winter track. A remarkable winter season, including a championship in men’s basketball, vaults Kinston into third from its previous sixth-place spot. Conference Standings: Beddingfield 51.5, North Pitt 47.5, Kinston 40.5, Tarboro 39, Farmville Central 35, SouthWest Edgecombe 30.5, Greene Central 21.


Mid-State 2-A: Jordan-Matthews remains the conference leader after the winter season, tying for first in women’s basketball and finishing second in men’s basketball. Cummings has jumped from fifth to second, thanks to a men’s basketball championship and a second-place performance in wrestling. Graham has moved into third after a tie with Jordan-Matthews in women’s basketball. Conference Standings: Jordan-Matthews 41.5, Cummings 40, Graham 36.5, Bartlett Yancey 35.5, Providence Grove 33, Eastern Randolph 31.5, Reidsville 29.5. 


Northern Carolina 2-A: Roanoke Rapids enjoyed a solid winter season, consisting of a championship in men’s swimming and second-place finishes in women’s swimming, men’s basketball, and wrestling. Bunn is now in second, moving up from third thanks to league titles in men’s and women’s basketball. Franklinton also moves up a spot to third, finishing third in women’s basketball. Conference Standings: Roanoke Rapids 74.5, Bunn 64.5, Franklinton 55, Corinth Holders 51, North Johnston 51, Louisburg 33, Northwest Halifax 20.5, Warren County 20.5.


Piedmont 2-A: Once again Randleman earns the conference’s top spot with first-place finishes in men’s and women’s swimming as well as a three-way tie for first in wrestling with Trinity and Wheatmore. Trinity is still in the runner-up spot, with second-place finishes in men’s and women’s swimming. Wheatmore added a second-place finish in women’s basketball to its share of the wrestling title to remain in third. Conference Standings: Randleman 50.5, Trinity 48, Wheatmore 44.5, High Point T.W. Andrews 33, Carver 17.5, Atkins 15.5.


Class 2-A/3-A Conference Results


Appalachian Athletic 2-A/3-A: Tuscola vaults all the way from fifth to first, thanks to league titles in women’s swimming and basketball. Franklin moves up two spots and is now second while previous league leader West Henderson falls to third despite a championship in men’s swimming. Conference Standings: Tuscola 215, Franklin 195, West Henderson 170, North Henderson 165, Smoky Mountain 160, Pisgah 140, East Henderson 120, Brevard 80.


Northeastern Coastal 2-A/3-A: The winter season leaves two teams in a deadlock for first. Previous first-place First Flight, which captured a championship in women’s swimming and finished second in wrestling, is now tied with Northeastern, which finished second in men’s and women’s swimming as well as men’s and women’s basketball. Currituck remains in third, winning titles in wrestling and men’s swimming. Conference Standings: First Flight 60, Northeastern 60, Currituck 44, Edenton Holmes 37, Pasquotank 37, Hertford County 30, Bertie 22.


South Mountain Athletic 2-A/3-A: Shelby breaks the first-place tie with Patton thanks to a women’s basketball title. Patton is now in second, just edging out third-place Freedom. Freedom broke a tie with R-S Central with a first-place finish in men’s swimming. Conference Standings: Shelby 57.5, Patton 51.5, Freedom 51, R-S Central 45, East Rutherford 35.5, Burns 31, Chase 30.5.


Waccamaw 2-A/3-A: A dominating winter season keeps South Brunswick on top, capturing championships in men’s and women’s swimming, and men’s and women’s winter track, as well as a third-place finish in men’s basketball. West Brunswick is in second thanks to a championship in wrestling. Third place belongs to East Bladen, the champion in women’s basketball. Conference Standings: South Brunswick 56, West Brunswick 43.5, East Bladen 39, Whiteville 36.5, North Brunswick 36.5, South Columbus 33, West Bladen 30.5.


Class 3-A Conference Results


Big East 3-A: The top three teams are in a tight competition for first in the conference, but Rocky Mount is still on top thanks to a tie for first in women’s basketball and a second-place finish in men’s basketball. Nash Central moves into second, finishing first in women’s swimming and wrestling. A solid winter season including a runner-up finish in men’s swimming earns Fike the third spot in the conference. Conference Standings: Rocky Mount 112.5, Nash Central 108, Fike 104, Hunt 103.5, Northern Nash 83.5, Southern Nash 82.5.


Big South 3-A: The winter season leaves Ashbrook and Forestview in a deadlock for first, with former league leader South Point now in third. A solid winter season, including a championship in wrestling, brings Ashbrook from its previous third-place position to first. Forestview moves up from second thanks to a title in women’s swimming and a tie for first in women’s basketball with now third-place South Point, which also captured a conference crown in men’s swimming. Conference Standings: Ashbrook 123.5, Forestview 123.5, South Point 121, Kings Mountain 108.5, Crest 94, North Gaston 92, Hunter Huss 62.5.


Cape Fear Valley 3-A: A dominant winter season for Western Harnett, including conference crowns in women’s basketball, men’s swimming, and men’s winter track, keeps the school atop the conference. Union Pines has jumped Overhills to take the second-place position, winning titles in wrestling and women’s swimming. Overhills is now in third with first-place finishes in men’s basketball and cheerleading. Conference Standings: Western Harnett 82, Union Pines 78.5, Overhills 59.5, Southern Lee 58, Gray’s Creek 45, Douglas Byrd 42, Westover 30.


Carolina 3-A: Cardinal Gibbons leads the way after a commanding winter performance, taking a title in women’s basketball, finishing second in men’s and women’s swimming and third in wrestling. Chapel Hill is close behind in second, with a conference crown in men’s basketball and a runner-up finish in wrestling. The wrestling champion, Orange, is third, also finishing second in women’s basketball. Conference Standings: Cardinal Gibbons 55, Chapel Hill 52, Orange 38.5, Southern Vance 25, Oxford Webb 24.5, Northern Vance 22.


Coastal 3-A: Winning a championship in men’s swimming and tying for second in women’s basketball with third place Havelock, West Carteret holds on to its first-place lead. Second-place South Central has closed the gap, sweeping the basketball titles and placing second in women’s swimming. Now in third place, Havelock finished first in wrestling along with its tie for second in women’s basketball. Conference Standings: West Carteret 77.5, South Central 71.5, Havelock 63, D.H. Conley 56, Jacksonville 46.5, Washington 45.5, White Oak 35.5, West Craven 31.5.


Eastern Carolina 3-A: An excellent winter season consisting of championships in women’s winter track and basketball, a tie for first in men’s basketball, and second-place finishes in men’s winter track and women’s swimming procures the top spot for Triton. C.B. Aycock moves up to second thanks to first-place performances in women’s swimming and basketball. South Johnston drops to third in the conference despite a title in men’s winter track and second-place finishes in women’s winter track and basketball. Conference Standings: Triton 74.5, C.B. Aycock 71, South Johnston 70.5, Eastern Wayne 51.5, Southern Wayne 39.5, North Lenoir 32.5, Cleveland 30.5.


Mid Piedmont 3-A: Ledford has broken its deadlock with Asheboro, taking sole possession of first with winter championships in women’s swimming and basketball. Asheboro is in second, finishing second in men’s swimming and third in both men’s and women’s basketball. Southwestern Randolph is now tied with Northeast Guilford for third. Southwestern Randolph finished first in wrestling while Northeast Guilford captured a men’s basketball crown. Conference Standings: Ledford 48.5, Asheboro 45.5, Northeast Guilford 35, Southwestern Randolph 35, North Forsyth 31.5, Southern Guilford 24.5.


Mid State 3-A: Northern Guilford increases its conference lead with another sound season, winning championships in women’s basketball and both men’s and women’s swimming, as well as a second-place finish in men’s basketball. Eastern Alamance fights its way into second with a league title in men’s basketball. Walter Williams is now in third, finishing second in both women’s swimming and basketball. Conference Standings: Northern Guilford 143, Eastern Alamance 119.5, Walter Williams 118, Rockingham County 107.5, Western Alamance 105, McMichael 104.5, Eastern Guilford 101.5, Morehead 100.


North Piedmont 3-A: Championships in men’s swimming and women’s basketball secure the top spot for East Rowan. West Rowan now has sole possession of second place, finishing second in men’s basketball. North Iredell is close behind in third with a league title in women’s basketball. Conference Standings: East Rowan 457.5, West Rowan 425, North Iredell 422.5, Jesse Carson 412.5, West Iredell 407.5, South Rowan 377.5, Statesville 362.5. 


South Piedmont 3-A: Jay M. Robinson fights off up and coming Concord to remain in first, sweeping the conference swimming titles. Concord is still in second with a runner-up performance in women’s swimming. Third-place finishes in men’s and women’s swimming move Hickory Ridge into third overall. Conference Standings: Jay M. Robinson 485, Concord 472.5, Hickory Ridge 442.5, Cox Mill 402.5, Mount Pleasant 357.5, A.L. Brown 352.5, Northwest Cabarrus 320, Central Cabarrus 192.5. 


Class 3-A/4-A Conference Results


Mega 7 3-A/4-A: Charlotte Catholic continues to lead the conference after the winter season, sweeping the swimming championships. Olympic solidifies its second-place spot with titles in men’s basketball and wrestling. East Gaston holds on to third place, finishing second in men’s and women’s swimming. Conference Standings: Charlotte Catholic 78, Olympic 64.5, East Gaston 50, West Mecklenburg 40.5, Harding 35, E.E. Waddell 25, Garinger 14. 


Mountain Athletic 3-A/4-A: The top three teams solidify their positions in the conference with strong winter seasons. T.C. Roberson keeps the top spot with top finishes in men’s and women’s swimming, and women’s basketball. Second place still belongs to A.C. Reynolds, which finished on top in men’s basketball. North Buncombe secures third in the conference. Conference Standings: T.C. Roberson 137, A.C. Reynolds 119, North Buncombe 96, Asheville 83, McDowell 80, Enka 78, Clyde Erwin 75.


Northwestern Athletic 3-A/4-A: Watauga again just beats out second-place Hickory, winning conference championships in men’s and women’s swimming. Hickory captured top honors in both men’s and women’s basketball to remain only a half point behind first-place Watauga. Alexander Central is in third thanks to being the top 4-A school in the league in wrestling. Conference Standings: Watauga 120.5, Hickory 120, Alexander Central 107, South Caldwell 106, St. Stephens 97.5, Fred T. Foard 96.5, Hibriten 81.5.


Southern Carolina 3-A/4-A: Marvin Ridge maintains its first-place lead after the winter season, thanks to a sweep of the swimming titles and a third-place finish in wrestling. Weddington is still second with runner-up finishes in women’s swimming and wrestling. Sun Valley moves into the top three, capturing championships in men’s basketball and wrestling. Conference Standings: Marvin Ridge 557.5, Weddington 492.5, Sun Valley 473, Porter Ridge 460, Parkwood 370, Anson 259.5.


Class 4-A Conference Results: 


Cap 8 4-A: Millbrook takes over the top spot in the conference after the winter season, capturing championships wrestling and gymnastics. Wakefield jumps into second place from its previous fourth-place position, thanks to a league title in men’s basketball. Broughton falls to third in the conference after leading after the fall season. Conference Standings: Millbrook 76, Wakefield 68.5, Broughton 67, Leesville Road 64.5, Sanderson 55.5, Enloe 54.5, Wake Forest-Rolesville 48, Heritage 11.


Central Piedmont 4-A: Reagan has taken over the top spot in the conference thanks to championships in men’s basketball and women’s swimming. Fall leader Mount Tabor is now in second, finishing first in women’s basketball. Davie holds onto its third-place position with a top finish in wrestling. Conference Standings: Ronald Reagan 507.5, Mount Tabor 502.5, Davie 457.5, R.J. Reynolds 452.5, West Forsyth 430, North Davidson 350.


Greater Neuse River 4-A: Clayton is able to grab the top spot in the conference with championships in men’s swimming and women’s winter track. Previous conference leader Garner is now second, winning titles in men’s basketball and women’s swimming. East Wake now finds itself among the top three of the conference at third, finishing second in women’s swimming and wrestling. Conference Standings: Clayton 179, Garner 172, East Wake 151.5, Harnett Central 144.5, West Johnston 144, Knightdale 143, Smithfield-Selma 124.5, Southeast Raleigh 118.5.


I-Meck 4-A: A solid winter season with championships in wrestling and women’s swimming increases Lake Norman’s lead over the competition. Mallard Creek remains in second, but previously fifth-place W.A. Hough moves into third overall. Conference Standings: Lake Norman 76.5, Mallard Creek 66, W.A. Hough 60, North Mecklenburg 58.5, Mooresville 57, Hopewell 52.5, Vance 30.5, West Charlotte 23.


Metro 4-A: A league title in men’s basketball as well as second-place finishes in men’s and women’s swimming and a third-place finish in women’s basketball keeps Page atop the conference after the winter season. Grimsley keeps its grip on second place thanks to a sweep of the swimming championships and a third-place performance in men’s basketball. Southeast Guilford moves up to third, finishing first in wrestling and second in women’s basketball. Conference Standings: Page 64, Grimsley 53.5, Southeast Guilford 48, Southern Alamance 41, Western Guilford 37.5, Dudley 31, Ben L. Smith 27.


Mid-Eastern 4-A: With a dominant winter sports season, including championships in women’s basketball and men’s and women’s swimming, as well as a second-place finish in men’s basketball, Hoggard solidifies its hold on the top spot in the conference. Rose moves into second with second-place finishes in men’s and women’s swimming. Laney cracks the top three thanks to runner-up performances in men’s swimming and women’s basketball. Conference Standings: Hoggard 59.5, Rose 44.5, Laney 42.5, New Hanover 40.5, New Bern 34.5, Ashley 28.5.


Mid-South 4-A: The battle for first between Jack Britt and Terry Sanford is now dead even as Terry Sanford finishes first in men’s basketball and moves into a tie for first with wrestling champion Jack Britt. South View remains in third thanks to a championship in women’s basketball. Conference Standings: Jack Britt 52, Terry Sanford 52, South View 38, Pine Forest 31, Cape Fear 30, E.E. Smith 29, Seventy First 20. 


PAC-6 4-A: A successful winter season for Jordan earns it the conference lead, passing fall leader East Chapel Hill thanks to a championship in men’s basketball as well as second-place performances in men’s and women’s swimming. Second-place East Chapel Hill swept the swimming championships. Northern Durham moves into third, finishing first in wrestling and women’s basketball. Conference Standings: Jordan 60, East Chapel Hill 55.5, Northern Durham 50.5, Riverside 49, Person 29.5, Southern Durham 25, Hillside 23.5. 


Piedmont Triad 4-A: The top three teams continue to control the conference with Northwest Guilford leading the way, finishing first in women’s swimming, and second in wrestling and women’s basketball. A championship in men’s swimming and runner-up performances in men’s basketball and women’s swimming keep Ragsdale safely in second. Southwest Guilford takes sole possession of third, thanks to top finishes in men’s and women’s basketball. Conference Standings: Northwest Guilford 75.5, Ragsdale 58, Southwest Guilford 54, East Forsyth 48, High Point Central 40, Glenn 31, Parkland 24.5.


Southeastern 4-A: Pinecrest maintains its first place lead over Scotland with top finishes in men’s basketball and wrestling. Second-place Scotland captured a championship in women’s basketball and keeps its cushion over third-place Lumberton, who finished first in women’s basketball. Conference Standings: Pinecrest 52.5, Scotland 41.5, Lumberton 32.5, Richmond 31.5, Hoke 29.5, Purnell Swett 22.5.


Southwestern 4-A: In a fierce fight for first, Myers Park edges out Ardrey Kell to finish on top of the conference after the winter season. Myers Park finished second in wrestling, men’s basketball, and men’s swimming, while Ardrey Kell took first in women’s swimming and second in women’s basketball. Providence is still in third, thanks to a top finish in men’s swimming and a runner-up performance in women’s swimming. Conference Standings: Myers Park 127.5, Ardrey Kell 127, Providence 116.5, Butler 111, South Mecklenburg 110.5, Independence 86, East Mecklenburg 79, Rocky River 62.5.


Tri Nine 4-A: Green Hope continues to dominate the conference with league titles in women’s basketball and men’s swimming, and a runner-up finish in women’s swimming. Panther Creek moves into second with a first-place performance in wrestling and a second-place finish in cheerleading. Panter Creek has now passed now third place Apex, which drops one spot despite a championship in women’s swimming and second-place finishes in men’s swimming and gymnastics. Conference Standings: Green Hope 104, Panther Creek 88.5, Apex 87.5, Cary 80, Athens Drive 63, Middle Creek 60.5, Holly Springs 53.5, Fuquay-Varina 46, Lee County 38.